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Fracture

£1.99
Fracture: a stunning suspense thriller

After leaving university and a violent relationship behind, Rosie flies to Australia to spend some time with her uncle, Charlie, and his wife, Rita.

Trying to regain some of her lost confidence she hikes along the coast for a day. She's horrified to see a body on the beach. However the 'body' is the very much alive and enigmatic Alfie. The two women become friends and spend time together in Sydney where Alfie's wild nature becomes apparent. When Alfie is attacked the situation takes a turn for the worse and they decide to leave the city.

It's a road trip that ends in murder...

Who is Alfie? What is Rosie hiding?

Detective Sergeant Pete Norton wants answers to these questions.

What he will discover is that this case is a killer.

Editorial reviews:


"A master-class in suspense"Betsy Reavley, best-selling author of The Quiet Ones and The Optician's Wife

"This is a brilliant book, edge of the seat plot-line, characters that hold your imagination to the last word"Anita Waller, best-selling author of Beautiful, Angel and 34 Days

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Heleyne Hammersley

Heleyne has lived in Cumbria for the last twenty years where she sometimes teaches English and often walks on the fells.

She has been writing since she was very young – her first work was a collection of poems called Give Them the Works when she was ten years old. The poems were carefully handwritten on plain paper and tied together with knitting wool. Since then she’s gone on to complete a number of creative writing courses with the Open University.

The idea for her first novel, Forgotten, came about while on an extended holiday in China and South-East Asia in 2001.

Heleyne's second novel, Fracture, again features travel. Set against the backdrop of the Great Ocean Road this tense psychological thriller centres around a fatal road trip.

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